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Glenda Daniels

Glenda Daniels

    2016: What a sad and bad year for journalism
    2016: What a sad and bad year for journalism
    MEDIA MATTERS
    Investigative journalists' skills can empower people
    Investigative journalists' skills can empower people
    MEDIA MATTERS
    Protesters use the media, but they and the police turn on journalists
    Protesters use the media, but they and the police turn on journalists
    Attacks on journalists during protests are increasing and getting more violent every year.
    Get it right, newsdesks, the ANC aunties are not exactly fighting for women's rights
    Get it right, newsdesks, the ANC aunties are not exactly fighting for women's rights
    Fantastic news: Women’s Month is over. Until next August. I breathe a huge sigh of relief.
    Civil society and the public need to challenge Hlaudi Motsoeneng’s SABC censorship
    Civil society and the public need to challenge Hlaudi Motsoeneng’s SABC censorship
    What could the SABC’s acting chief operating officer Hlaudi “Cloudy” Motsoeneng possibly tell the country’s broadcasting regulator to...
    Media has changed but ownership is in a few hands
    Media has changed but ownership is in a few hands
    MEDIA MATTERS
    Press freedom: Much to celebrate, but the journey is far from over
    Press freedom: Much to celebrate, but the journey is far from over
    As messages fly off our computers and cellphones by the hundreds of thousands every day, leading us to believe we live in a sophisticated world, let...
    SA newspapers need more than one magic bullet to survive
    SA newspapers need more than one magic bullet to survive
    MEDIA MATTERS
    Will the new media code rein in haters?
    Will the new media code rein in haters?
    MEDIA MATTERS
    Two clashing gazes on reining in media
    Two clashing gazes on reining in media
    The ANC must forge ahead with its “investigation” into a media appeals tribunal and hopefully it will discover what a bad idea its implementation...
    The decolonised mind isn't black and white
    The decolonised mind isn't black and white
    So, a cartoonist insults Lord Ganesha by depicting him collecting money, and an editor dislikes ukuthwala (the practice of abducting young...